Discover and visit Baden, located between Vannes and Lorient in the heart of the Gulf of Morbihan in South Brittany.
In the south of Brittany, the Gulf of Morbihan is a beautiful area to discover during your stay at Mané Guernehué.
Auray : 20 rue du Lait à Auray Ph : 02 97 24 09 75
Tourism Office Auray
Vannes : Quai Eric Tabarly à Vannes Tél : 02 97 47 24 34
Tourism Office Vannes
The wealth of its natural heritage and its 37 km long coastline
The diversity and wealth of the Breton architectural heritage
Baden’s beaches and islands : Reno, Petit Vezy, Grand Vezy, Sept Iles which is accessble at low-tide.
Baden’s natural heritage
Baden has an ideal situation in the The Gulf of Morbihan, a well-preserved and beautiful natural and regional park, one of the most beautiful bays in the world.
You can walk to Sept Iles at low tide through a strip of sand which is flooded during hightide.
Be careful to take a good look at the tide tables otherwise you might get wet when the tide rises.
From Port Blanc, you can take a boat to go the islands : Ile aux Moines, Houat and Hoedic or go on a cruise around the Gulf
Baden’s Breton heritage
Baden offers visitors varied and beautiful landscapes with Chapel, tide-mills and typical small villages.
Saint-Pierre Church of Baden
Outside walls are of roman origin.
Chapel of Meriadec
A pilgrimage is taking place the second Sunday of August.
Chapel in Locmiquel
The chapel finds its origins back to the 12th century.
Dolmen of Toulvern
Among all the megalithic monuments known in Baden, this Dolmen is the most remarkable with its Y shape and its two corridors. Date : around 4000 BC.
To visit Gavrinis, a remarkable megalithic monument, please take the boat in the harbour of Larmor-Baden and enjoy a beautiful trip and a very instructive guided tour.